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Old 03-25-2021, 08:48 PM   #1
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I have a daughter that wants to start hunting. Show and tell what bow you got your wife, galfriend or daughter. Post pics if you have them and what was the determining factor on bow purchase.

My daughter is 13, 5'4" and weighs 120lbs. Not sure of her draw length yet.


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Old 03-25-2021, 08:53 PM   #2
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Mine started on a bear young gun or something. She's shooting a mathews jewel now but keeps mentioning that new bow they have.

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That’s a great pic bro.
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My advice is to buy her 5 shooting lessons at a pro shop. They should have loaner bows. Teaching archery to a beginner is different from shooting archery if you池e experienced.


After a couple hundred arrows she値l be in a position to know what she likes. And her eye dominance.

Then it comes down to your budget.


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Got my Daughter a Mission Bow at about that age. Has adjustable draw length.As she grew, you could adjust it. Not sure of the name of the Bow but it was a Mission.
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Go to a pro-shop. And sit back. It will happen.
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Mine shoots a Mathews Jewel
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My daughter shoots hoyt ignite. Adjusts as she grew and got stronger.

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Old 03-26-2021, 05:47 AM   #10
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Good info! Especially the lesson purchase, I did not think of that. Thanx....Love the pic QB
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My advice is to buy her 5 shooting lessons at a pro shop. They should have loaner bows. Teaching archery to a beginner is different from shooting archery if you池e experienced.


After a couple hundred arrows she値l be in a position to know what she likes. And her eye dominance.

Then it comes down to your budget.


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My wife shoots a jewel.

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Old 03-26-2021, 06:12 AM   #13
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Definitely take her to an archery shop. She can test several bows and get lessons. Then get her what she feels the most comfortable shooting. The Mission Craze worked well for my daughter.
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My wife still shoots a Bowtech Heartbreaker that we bought from a TBHer years ago. We met at Triple Edge Archery and she shot it and liked it.
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We bought my wife the Elite Ember. She loves it and it is very adjustable, so good for a lot of growth. She shoots better than I do now.

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Awesome info. Initially, I was gonna take her to get fitted, measured, but I did not even think about lessons, simply because I was gonna teach her.


You guys are coming through in spades!
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Old 03-26-2021, 06:39 AM   #17
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We bought my wife the Elite Ember. She loves it and it is very adjustable, so good for a lot of growth. She shoots better than I do now.

https://www.elitearchery.com/product/ember
Come on Cody! How hard could that be
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Come on Cody! How hard could that be
Not hard at all haha
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diamond infinite edge really good shooter for the money
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My wife started out with a Diamond Edge, then moved up to a PSE Chaos about 10 years ago and has never looked back.
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Old 03-26-2021, 07:50 AM   #21
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Take her to the bow shop Donnie will work with her.. both of my boys started at that age and they shoot the mission hammer. Donnie did a good job getting them set up and comfortable with the bow.
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diamond infinite edge really good shooter for the money


This^^^ is a great one too. My wife shot one for several years.
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Take her to Precision Archery in Bridge City... I bet they can fit her... If you want to drive a little more, Texas Archery (The old Bow Zone) has an EXCELLENT female instructor that helped me get my wife going... Richard or Joey will set up a bow for her and Ms. Kay (Richard's wife) will have her cuttin' X's in no time... THEN she can pick out what she wants... That's what I did with my wife. She still is shooting her first bow, a Mathews Ignition. ...kilt lots of animals with it too...
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Awesome info. Initially, I was gonna take her to get fitted, measured, but I did not even think about lessons, simply because I was gonna teach her.


You guys are coming through in spades!
Lessons with someone other than yourself (the parent) will pay off in the long run. My husband and I both work with beginner kids in archery, but we DO NOT coach or work with our own unless they ask for help, lol. I知 laughing at the memories of me trying to work with my son, and Daniel working with our daughter. It was a case of doing the exact opposite of what we showed them, just to push our buttons. After the first lesson my son took with Toby Ragsdale, I wanted to buy him dinner, lol.

In all seriousness, lessons will allow her to become more confident in the mechanics of shooting, and will give her a better foundation to base her likes and dislikes on. Once she has the feel for it, let her try some different bows, if possible. There are plenty of good bow makers out there, and each bow has a different feel. She値l stick with it longer if she has something she really feels good shooting. I知 the same height as she is, but what I like and look for in a bow could be much different from what she might like and be comfortable with. Good luck with your soon to be new shooting buddy! Keep it fun, let her be involved in some of the set-up decisions, and she値l be hooked.
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Take her to Precision Archery in Bridge City... I bet they can fit her... If you want to drive a little more, Texas Archery (The old Bow Zone) has an EXCELLENT female instructor that helped me get my wife going... Richard or Joey will set up a bow for her and Ms. Kay (Richard's wife) will have her cuttin' X's in no time... THEN she can pick out what she wants... That's what I did with my wife. She still is shooting her first bow, a Mathews Ignition. ...kilt lots of animals with it too...
^^^this right here^^^ Ms. Kay is GREAT with new (and experienced!) archers.
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My granddaughter has been shooting a bow since the age of 5 and has decided that she will shoot pigs.

She is shooting the Elite Ember at 38lbs.

It痴 a bow that at some point can be handed down to her sister when she decides to start shooting a bow.
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I have a daughter that wants to start hunting. Show and tell what bow you got your wife, galfriend or daughter. Post pics if you have them and what was the determining factor on bow purchase.

My daughter is 13, 5'4" and weighs 120lbs. Not sure of her draw length yet.


Thanx, Calvin
I have a good starter set-up for sale. I'd be more than happy to let her try it out for a bit and see if she likes it. I'm not far from you either.

https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=791630
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Take her to the bow shop Donnie will work with her.. both of my boys started at that age and they shoot the mission hammer. Donnie did a good job getting them set up and comfortable with the bow.
Yessir, that's my plan. Donnie is good people.
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Wife bought herself a Carbon Rose, because it's pretty and she knows I'm a Bowtech fan. The purple highlights are what sealed the deal.
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Lessons with someone other than yourself (the parent) will pay off in the long run. My husband and I both work with beginner kids in archery, but we DO NOT coach or work with our own unless they ask for help, lol. I知 laughing at the memories of me trying to work with my son, and Daniel working with our daughter. It was a case of doing the exact opposite of what we showed them, just to push our buttons. After the first lesson my son took with Toby Ragsdale, I wanted to buy him dinner, lol.



In all seriousness, lessons will allow her to become more confident in the mechanics of shooting, and will give her a better foundation to base her likes and dislikes on. Once she has the feel for it, let her try some different bows, if possible. There are plenty of good bow makers out there, and each bow has a different feel. She値l stick with it longer if she has something she really feels good shooting. I知 the same height as she is, but what I like and look for in a bow could be much different from what she might like and be comfortable with. Good luck with your soon to be new shooting buddy! Keep it fun, let her be involved in some of the set-up decisions, and she値l be hooked.


Absolutely true. I am a NAA level 1 i structor and learning to teach is different from learning to shoot.

Establish her eye dominance today. My daughter is right hand/ left eye like me. We bought her a left handed bow, she shoots pistols and shotguns lefty. Made a world of difference.

溺y archery shop in Cali gave 5 free lessons with the purchase of a new bow.


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Old 03-26-2021, 09:33 AM   #31
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Lessons with someone other than yourself (the parent) will pay off in the long run. My husband and I both work with beginner kids in archery, but we DO NOT coach or work with our own unless they ask for help, lol. I知 laughing at the memories of me trying to work with my son, and Daniel working with our daughter. It was a case of doing the exact opposite of what we showed them, just to push our buttons. After the first lesson my son took with Toby Ragsdale, I wanted to buy him dinner, lol.

In all seriousness, lessons will allow her to become more confident in the mechanics of shooting, and will give her a better foundation to base her likes and dislikes on. Once she has the feel for it, let her try some different bows, if possible. There are plenty of good bow makers out there, and each bow has a different feel. She値l stick with it longer if she has something she really feels good shooting. I知 the same height as she is, but what I like and look for in a bow could be much different from what she might like and be comfortable with. Good luck with your soon to be new shooting buddy! Keep it fun, let her be involved in some of the set-up decisions, and she値l be hooked.
Thanx for the info young lady. Having had 3 boys preceeding my daughter, I understand totally what you are saying. Im pretty close to Precision Archery, so archery lessons are in the plans.
I agree, it will have to be something she wants to do, which she does. She has sat in a tree stand with me before, she loved it.
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I have a good starter set-up for sale. I'd be more than happy to let her try it out for a bit and see if she likes it. I'm not far from you either.

https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=791630
Thanx b, I appreciate it. Im probably gonna go to Precision and get her fitted, test the waters, let her shoot a few models, get the one she wants. Heck, she may change her mind, who knows. She really wants to gun hunt, so I recommended bowhunting, since Im a bowhunter and hunt on a bow lease.....We will see.
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Thanx for the input. Yall are awesome! Wasn't expecting this much response. Lot of good advice, keep it coming.
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I started on a Dan Quillian longbow and now shoot a Predator longbow made in Texas.
Give trad a chance too.
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Give trad a chance too.
We will see. Im not opposed
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My wife started with an infinite edge pro. The back wall was really squishy so she couldn稚 shoot it real well. We moved to a single cam bear prowess and the shooting improved. I hate to see someone get discouraged when it痴 the equipment that痴 holding them back.
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When my Daughter just wanted to start shooting, possibly for school, we went to Scheels and they were great! Gave us info and let her feel around for what She thought felt like a good fit. Techs there told her what She should be feeling for, and it was an awesome experience.

Heavily recommend going to a good place and having some fun. It’ll fall into place.
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My daughter shot the DIAMOND bow. Not sure what model. Perfect size and deadly! Waaaaaaay more choices now and I would have her fitted and let her sling some arrows at a pro shop. If she starts off right she will never leave the sport!
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Thank yall so much, that's what I want to do Landrover is start her off right. It would be an awfull good priviledge to be with her when she gets her first deer! Man I would love that.
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My wife shoots a Diamond edge, but that's her. It is funny reading the post about don't try to teach your own family. Took my wife to Huffy's In Lampasas and they work with her and she listened.
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When I was in college 40+ years ago I took the Water Safety Instructor course. The fellow who taught it said to NEVER try to teach your wife or kids to swim- pay somebody or barter to teach their family.

I知 an NAA Level 1 instructor (5 is the highest) and taught lots of newbies. I would strongly agree.

I would also do lesson 1 with a 15-20# string bow. They might like it more and 組o trad.


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My wife shoots a obsession k34 and a 42# bow. She can稚 pull a lot more but that is her comfort setting and I知 fine with it.
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Took her to Precision Archery yesterday, she went straight to the Mission Hammer, Beman arrows. She took to it very well, I actually had to make her not shoot to much. She has a very good natural form. Keeping the range very short right now , drawing 28lbs. Donnie gave her a lesson. She might be ready by October.

Thanx for all the advice....hope to be posting a pic of one of her many kills.
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